STATE OFFICIALS JOIN FORCES TO PROTECT WOMEN IN ABORTION CLINICS WITH AUL MODEL LEGISLATION
Aftershocks of Lila Rose’s Live Action undercover videos of improprieties behind the doors of some Planned Parenthood clinics continue in Washington, D.C. and across the country. At a Valentine’s Day vigil in front of Planned Parenthood’s national headquarters, AUL’s Dr. Charmaine Yoest joined Lila Rose and others to be a voice for the girls and women devastated by the nation’s largest abortion provider. Lila Rose is “the Upton Sinclair of the abortion industry who has shown the corruption of the abortion business for what it is, and her work is causing many to call for new protections for women and girls,” Dr. Yoest noted. Click here to read about the event. As more and more videos have been released, across the country, some states began to take action with the help of AUL’s state experts and AUL’s model legislation for clinic regulation and child protection. Officials in Delaware and Georgia are putting forward bills this week using AUL’s model to ensure that substandard practices, unlicensed practitioners, or dangerous conditions do not harm women and girls in abortion clinics. Oklahoma is already moving on similar legislation. Even the liberal Slate magazine noted that horrendous medical care in abortion clinics is a national problem. Click here to read more.